Congratulations to School Psychologist Bradley Reimers, Ph.D.!

Brad has completed his Ph.D. in School Psychology.  Our students are lucky to have great people like you on their team.  We’re so happy for you, Brad!

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Thank you to our Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC)!

We’d like to say a special “thank you” to the members of our SEAC Committee.  Through your efforts and collaboration, students with disabilities are better represented, and partnerships between home, school, and community are stronger than ever!

Please visit this link for more information:  SEAC Homepage

SEAC Committee

From left to right, front row:  Shana Bohrer , KJ Hosman, Amy Cesar, Rebekah Harvey, Hannah Kvitle, Nick Smosna

Back row: Sarah Belleau, Erin Camper, Tamara Keefe, LeAnn Massey, Andrea Clement-Johnson , Heidi Graber

Not pictured: Carisa Clinton, Sarah Lee

ACE Supported Employment Coffee Orders AND Super Cute Holiday Items

holiday sales itemsOur ACE Supported Employment team has several offerings.  Coffee is a year-round treat; use the attached form for ordering, via email, to Maggie Atkinson (see below).

For the holidays, this group is selling adorable fleece dog toys ($3), beaded icicle sun-catcher ornaments ($2), and sweet & salty snowmen (microwave popcorn & Hershey bar topped with either a slipper sock or glove – $4).

All items would make perfect stocking stuffers!

For ordering information, please contact Maggie Atkinson (matkinson@psdschools.org).

Coffee Order

A note from our Director, Sarah Belleau, to celebrate our fabulous PSD School Psychologists.

This week, November 13th through 17th, is School Psychology Awareness Week.  It is a great opportunity to highlight the important work school psychologists do for the 50+ school sites and programs in Poudre School District. With the supports and services provided by our school psychologists in their buildings, they have become integral members of our school communities.  School psychologists create meaningful connections with students, staff and families that foster academic and social–emotional growth, helping students thrive. Our school psychologists not only provide student, staff and family supports through connecting, they are also professional diagnosticians with expertise in designing interventions academically, behaviorally and social-emotionally.  Their professional expertise influences many areas of educational practice!  Please take a moment this week to recognize your school psychologist and all they do for our schools in Poudre School District.

Sarah Belleau
Director
Integrated Services
Poudre School District